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Ida Jean Orlando
Ida Jean Orlando
She received her nursing diploma from New York Medical College, Lower Fifth
Avenue Hospital, School of Nursing, her BS in public health nursing from St. John's University,
Brooklyn, NY, and her MA in mental health nursing from Teachers College, Columbia University, New York.
Orlando was an Associate Professor at Yale School of Nursing where she was Director of the Graduate
Program in Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing. While at Yale she was project investigator of a National
Institute of Mental Health grant entitled: Integration of Mental Health Concepts in a Basic Nursing
Curriculum. It was from this research that Orlando developed her theory which was published in her 1961
book, The Dynamic Nurse-Patient Relationship. She furthered the development of her theory when at McLean
Hospital in Belmont, MA as Director of a Research Project: Two Systems of Nursing in a Psychiatric
Hospital. The results of this research are contained in her 1972 book titled: The Discipline and
Teaching of Nursing Processs.
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discipline and teaching of nursing process (an evaluative study)
Unknown Binding: 126 pages
Publisher: Putnam (1972)
Nurse-Patient Relationship: Funciton, Process, and Principles (Nln Classics in Nursing Theory)
Paperback: 97 pages
Publisher: National League for Nursing; Reprint edition (June 1, 1990)
nurse-patient relationship: Function, process, and principles
Unknown Binding: 91 pages
Publisher: Putnam (1961)
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